Maug (4e Race)
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Looking like a mountain of a man, this hulking construct lumbers towards you
|Average Height: 7' 6-8' 6|
|Average Weight: 420-500 lbs|
|Ability Scores: +2 Strength, +2 Wisdom|
|Speed: 5 squares|
|Skill Bonuses: +2 Dungeoneering, +2 Endurance|
|Encumbered Speed: You move at your normal speed even when it would be reduced by armor or a heavy load.|
| Living Construct: As a living construct, you have the following traits:
|Pulverize||Maug Racial Power|
|“There may be some momentary discomfort.”|
|Minor Action||Melee touch|
|Target: one creature|
|Attack: Wisdom + 2 Vs. Fortitude|
| Hit: The target has a -2 penalty to AC until the end of your next turn. If the target is an object, it's break DC is reduced by 5 until the end of your next turn.|
Play a Maug if you want...
- To be someone who stands firm in a fight.
- To crush that which stands in your way.
- To be a member of a race that favors Fighter, Ranger, Paladin, or Monk classes.
Literally mountains in humanoid form, this construct has been carved from stone and given the glow of sentience in its eyes. Hulking entities built of some otherworldly blue stone, they walk with a lumbering gait. Mercenaries of the planes, maugs will fight to the last stone of their being.
Playing a Maug
Maug Characteristics: Weather the storm like the might mountain. Fight your enemy, not your own. Fight with honor.
Names: Ravine, Gorge, Rock, Boulder, Mound, Hill.
Three sample <!-your race-> adventurers are described below.
Canyon was a soldier in an eternal war on the fringes of the astral sea. No longer caring for the gold his superiors paid him to slaughter all they deemed unworthy of life, he wandered the planes in search of a greater purpose. Arriving in the feywild, he stumbled upon a young eladrin maiden being attacked by a pair of fomorians. Slaying the nasty giants, the maiden revealed her to be the princess Elora Winterfest. Canyon would spend the rest of his life as the guardian to the Winterfest family, ever vigilant and willing to sacrifice everything for his duty.